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Wikimedia miscellaneous files
by Lars Aronsson
web
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For each database dump of Wikipedia and sister projects, a CSV (comma separated values) file was produced, each line containing two fields: a count and a website domain name. The count refers to the number of external links to that domain, coming from the main (article, number 0), File (number 6), Author, Index, and Portal namespaces. Only counts of 10 or larger are included. The filenames resemble those of the database dump, e.g. enwiki-20110317-linkstats.csv referring to the March 17, 2011,...
Topics: WIkipedia, statistics, websites
Wikimedia projects visitor statistics, raw hourly logfiles
web
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Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from July 1 to 31, 2008. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 .
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from November 1 to 30, 2008. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 .
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from October 1 to 31, 2009. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 . Data are missing for October 15.
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Wikimedia miscellaneous files
by Lars Aronsson
web
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For each database dump of Wikipedia and sister projects, a CSV (comma separated values) file was produced, each line containing two fields: a count and a website domain name. The count refers to the number of external links to that domain, coming from the main (article, number 0), File (number 6), Author, Index, and Portal namespaces. Only counts of 10 or larger are included. The filenames resemble those of the database dump, e.g. enwiki-20110405-linkstats.csv referring to the April 5, 2011,...
Topics: WIkipedia, statistics, websites
Wikimedia miscellaneous files
by Lars Aronsson
web
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For each database dump of Wikipedia and sister projects, a CSV (comma separated values) file was produced, each line containing two fields: a count and a website domain name. The count refers to the number of external links to that domain, coming from the main (article, number 0), File (number 6), Author, Index, and Portal namespaces. Only counts of 10 or larger are included. The filenames resemble those of the database dump, e.g. enwiki-20110620-linkstats.csv referring to the June 20, 2011,...
Topics: WIkipedia, statistics, websites
Wikimedia miscellaneous files
web
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For each database dump of Wikipedia and sister projects, a CSV (comma separated values) file was produced, each line containing two fields: a count and a website domain name. The count refers to the number of external links to that domain, coming from the main (article, number 0), File (number 6), Author, Index, and Portal namespaces. Only counts of 10 or larger are included. The filenames resemble those of the database dump, e.g. enwiki-20100116-linkstats.csv referring to the January 16, 2010,...
Topics: WIkipedia, statistics, websites
Wikimedia miscellaneous files
web
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For each database dump of Wikipedia and sister projects, a CSV (comma separated values) file was produced, each line containing two fields: a count and a website domain name. The count refers to the number of external links to that domain, coming from the main (article, number 0), File (number 6), Author, Index, and Portal namespaces. Only counts of 10 or larger are included. The filenames resemble those of the database dump, e.g. dewiki-20100603-linkstats.csv referring to the June 3, 2010,...
Topics: WIkipedia, statistics, websites
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from March 1 to 31, 2008. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 .
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from June 1 to 30, 2008. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 .
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from February 1 to 28, 2009. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 . The files for February 23-24 are incomplete, because Lars' disk filled up. Maybe someone else has better copies of these files?
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Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from December 1 to 31, 2008. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 . Two extra files are timestamped 20081231-235959.
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Wikimedia miscellaneous files
web
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For each database dump of Wikipedia and sister projects, a CSV (comma separated values) file was produced, each line containing two fields: a count and a website domain name. The count refers to the number of external links to that domain, coming from the main (article, number 0), File (number 6), Author, Index, and Portal namespaces. Only counts of 10 or larger are included. The filenames resemble those of the database dump, e.g. frwiki-20110201-linkstats.csv referring to the February 1, 2011,...
Topics: WIkipedia, statistics, websites
Wikimedia miscellaneous files
web
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For each database dump of Wikipedia and sister projects, a CSV (comma separated values) file was produced, each line containing two fields: a count and a website domain name. The count refers to the number of external links to that domain, coming from the main (article, number 0), File (number 6), Author, Index, and Portal namespaces. Only counts of 10 or larger are included. The filenames resemble those of the database dump, e.g. enwiki-20110901-linkstats.csv referring to the September 1,...
Topics: WIkipedia, statistics, websites
Wikimedia miscellaneous files
by Lars Aronsson
web
eye 36
favorite 0
comment 0
For each database dump of Wikipedia and sister projects, a CSV (comma separated values) file was produced, each line containing two fields: a count and a website domain name. The count refers to the number of external links to that domain, coming from the main (article, number 0), File (number 6), Author, Index, and Portal namespaces. Only counts of 10 or larger are included. The filenames resemble those of the database dump, e.g. enwiki-20091103-linkstats.csv referring to the November 3, 2009,...
Topics: WIkipedia, statistics, websites
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from January 1 to 31, 2008. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 .
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from May 1 to 31, 2008. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 .
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from September 1 to 30, 2008. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 .
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from August 1 to 31, 2009. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 .
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from October 1 to 31, 2008. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 . Some data are missing between 20081021-100000 and 20081022-130000.
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Wikimedia projects visitor statistics, raw hourly logfiles
web
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Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from June 1 to 30, 2009. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 .
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from February 1 to 29, 2008. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 .
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Wikimedia miscellaneous files
by Lars Aronsson
web
eye 21
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For each database dump of Wikipedia and sister projects, a CSV (comma separated values) file was produced, each line containing two fields: a count and a website domain name. The count refers to the number of external links to that domain, coming from the main (article, number 0), File (number 6), Author, Index, and Portal namespaces. Only counts of 10 or larger are included. The filenames resemble those of the database dump, e.g. enwiki-20110526-linkstats.csv referring to the May 26, 2011,...
Topics: WIkipedia, statistics, websites
Wikimedia miscellaneous files
web
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For each database dump of Wikipedia and sister projects, a CSV (comma separated values) file was produced, each line containing two fields: a count and a website domain name. The count refers to the number of external links to that domain, coming from the main (article, number 0), File (number 6), Author, Index, and Portal namespaces. Only counts of 10 or larger are included. The filenames resemble those of the database dump, e.g. enwiki-20110803-linkstats.csv referring to the August 3, 2011,...
Topics: WIkipedia, statistics, websites
Wikimedia miscellaneous files
by Lars Aronsson
web
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For each database dump of Wikipedia and sister projects, a CSV (comma separated values) file was produced, each line containing two fields: a count and a website domain name. The count refers to the number of external links to that domain, coming from the main (article, number 0), File (number 6), Author, Index, and Portal namespaces. Only counts of 10 or larger are included. The filenames resemble those of the database dump, e.g. enwiki-20080103-linkstats.csv referring to the January 3, 2008,...
Topics: WIkipedia, statistics, websites
Wikimedia miscellaneous files
web
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For each database dump of Wikipedia and sister projects, a CSV (comma separated values) file was produced, each line containing two fields: a count and a website domain name. The count refers to the number of external links to that domain, coming from the main (article, number 0), File (number 6), Author, Index, and Portal namespaces. Only counts of 10 or larger are included. The filenames resemble those of the database dump, e.g. enwiki-20100817-linkstats.csv referring to the August 17, 2010,...
Topics: WIkipedia, statistics, websites
Wikimedia miscellaneous files
web
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For each database dump of Wikipedia and sister projects, a CSV (comma separated values) file was produced, each line containing two fields: a count and a website domain name. The count refers to the number of external links to that domain, coming from the main (article, number 0), File (number 6), Author, Index, and Portal namespaces. Only counts of 10 or larger are included. The filenames resemble those of the database dump, e.g. enwiki-20101002-linkstats.csv referring to the October 2, 2010,...
Topics: WIkipedia, statistics, websites
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from April 1 to 30, 2009. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 .
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from May 1 to 31, 2009. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 .
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from December 9 to 31, 2007. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. Logs have also been uploaded for January 2008 , February 2008 , March 2008 , April 2008 , May 2008 , June 2008 , July 2008 , August 2008 , September 2008 , October 2008 , November 2008 , December 2008 , January 2009 , February 2009 , March...
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Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Wikimedia miscellaneous files
by Lars Aronsson
web
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For each database dump of Wikipedia and sister projects, a CSV (comma separated values) file was produced, each line containing two fields: a count and a website domain name. The count refers to the number of external links to that domain, coming from the main (article, number 0), File (number 6), Author, Index, and Portal namespaces. Only counts of 10 or larger are included. The filenames resemble those of the database dump, e.g. enwiki-20110722-linkstats.csv referring to the July 22, 2011,...
Topics: WIkipedia, statistics, websites
Wikimedia miscellaneous files
web
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For each database dump of Wikipedia and sister projects, a CSV (comma separated values) file was produced, each line containing two fields: a count and a website domain name. The count refers to the number of external links to that domain, coming from the main (article, number 0), File (number 6), Author, Index, and Portal namespaces. Only counts of 10 or larger are included. The filenames resemble those of the database dump, e.g. enwiki-20110115-linkstats.csv referring to the January 15, 2011,...
Topics: WIkipedia, statistics, websites
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from September 1 to 30, 2008. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 .
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from April 1 to 30, 2008. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 .
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from January 1 to 31, 2009. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 . The first files of this year (timestamp 20090101-000000) are really small, because the previous month contained extra files for 20081231-235959 that covered most of the previous...
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from March 1 to 31, 2009. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 .
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from July 1 to 31, 2009. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 .
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic
Wikimedia projects visitor statistics, raw hourly logfiles
web
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Two log files (pagecounts, projectcounts) for each hour from September 1 to 30, 2009. The timestamp is in the filename. The files were produced like this by Domas Mituzas, copied verbatim from his server, and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Lars Aronsson. For documentation, see the oldest files from December 2007 .
Topics: data, analysis, statistics, user behavior, long tail, Wikipedia, web traffic